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Beaucarnea recurvata (photo courtesy of Doreen L. Wynja)

Beaucarnea recurvata

Bottle Palm

Native to Mexico. Grows to 12–15 ft. tall (possibly to 30 ft. in great age) and 9–12 ft. w...

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Beaumontia grandiflora (photo courtesy of Richard Shiell)

Beaumontia grandiflora

Herald’s Trumpet

From the Himalayas. Rampant vine that uses arching, twining branches to climb 30 ft. Large (6–9-...

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Beesia deltophylla (photo courtesy of Doreen L. Wynja)

Beesia deltophylla

Native to China. Lush-looking and easy to grow, this shade-loving evergreen groundcover reaches 1 ft. ...

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Begonia x tuberhybrida (photo courtesy of Linda Lamb Peters)

Begonia x tuberhybrida

Tuberous begonia

Best in Zones 4–6, 15–17, 21–24, and H1; possible in 7–9, 14, 18–28, 31,...

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‘Dragon Wing’ angel-wing begonia (photo courtesy of Proven Winners)

Begonia, Cane-type

They get their name from their stems, which grow tall and woody and have prominent bamboolike joints. ...

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Hardy begonia (photo courtesy of Denver Botanic Gardens)

Begonia, Hardy

B. grandis evansiana grows from a tuber to 2–3 ft. tall and wide, with branching red st...

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Begonia, Hiemalis

May be sold as Rieger begonias or Elatior hybrids. These profuse bloomers are outstanding outdoor or i...

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Begonia, Multiflora

These are essentially small-flowered, profuse-blooming tuberous begonias. They are bushy and compact p...

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Rex begonia (photo courtesy of Proven Winners)

Begonia, Rex

With their bold, multicolored leaves, these are probably the most striking of all foliage begonias. Wh...

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Begonia, Rhizomatous

Like rex begonias, these grow from a rhizome. Although some have handsome flowers, they are grown prim...

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Semperflorens begonia (photo courtesy of Linda Lamb Peters)

Begonia, Semperflorens

Fibrous Begonia

These bushy, compact plants grow as perennials in Zones 13–24; H1, H2 andas annuals anywhere. Dw...

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Begonia ‘Richmondensis’ (photo courtesy of Linda Lamb Peters)

Begonia, Shrublike

This large class is marked by multiple stems that are soft and green rather than bamboo-like.They are ...

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